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There’s nothing like the sound of a banjo in a bluegrass band, and you will find a full array of American-made banjos available at With over 500 banjos in stock, is your one stop for all of your banjo picking needs. If you are going to play Americana music, nothing beats a banjo made in the USA, and carries the best. Here are a few you will want to check out before you buy your first or next banjo.


Hand made by Rob Bishline in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Rob builds every banjo with attention to every detail.  He is an accomplished player, teacher, repair specialist and luthier.  The Bishline banjos have their own character and style, and also have a tone that is unbelievable.



Deering is the current leader in quantity of U.S.-made banjos each year. Producing high quality instruments from the base in Southern California, Deering banjos come in a variety of styles, from traditional to electric. Each is handcrafted with the care of a dedicated team, using quality materials that produce great tone. For the beginning player, Deering’s line of Goodtime banjos make picking on a high-quality instrument possible on a more limited budget.


From their home in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Gibson has become known worldwide for the quality of their guitars, dobros, mandolins, and banjos. Their line of products remains the standard for many instrument makers, and their control of their manufacturing process holds with the tradition that they are known for. Call or contact us for availability.


The Huber Banjos story is of one man’s vision and dedication towards reviving the coveted sound of popular pre-war banjos. Certain banjos made before World War II had a distinct sound, and some models are now valued above $100,000 each. Steve Huber has closely emulated this sound with his banjos. Occasionally has Huber Banjos available, most people will have to order their Huber banjo directly from Steve Huber. Huber banjos are made in Tennessee.


Tom Nechville is always innovating to meet the changing needs of modern musicians. Replacing more than seventy parts of a traditional banjo, the Nechville patented Heli-Mount system tightens together much like a jar on a lid; greatly reducing the assembly time and improving the banjo’s sound. The result is a state-of-the-art instrument with modern styling and traditional in sound. Nechville banjos are produced in Bloomington, MN.